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Story behind the doors

There is a saying the story behind the doors. So, one of the most iconic sign on Dublin are its colourful doors. The most prominent location is know as Georgian Dublin, which is on north of Liffey, covering area from … Continue reading

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My hometown

I just returned from two weeks holiday at home, in Slovakia. I do come home few times a year, but usually for shorter period and busy schedule. This time I had to time pressure, so I brought my camera, see … Continue reading

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Achill Island

1st of July, used to be remarkable day, start of summer holiday. At present bears no significance to me, so there I set off. Leaving Dublin on afternoon, heading to County Mayo for few days. It’s sticky sweaty hot, temperature … Continue reading

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On the beach

Earlier this week I went for short trip to Cahore beach in county Wexford. Only 1.5 hour drive from Dublin is perfect spot for a quick getaway if weather permits. Which did provide in my case. It’s long sandy beach, … Continue reading

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The Burren

This is one of my other favourite places in Ireland. The Burren in county Clare, on south side of Galway bay. It stretches from borders of counties Galway and Clare, creating coast line and ending at magnificent Cliffs of Moher. … Continue reading

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Nature given, nature taken

On August Bank holiday 2012 I went for trip with my friend to Kerry. Specifically, location of famous shipwreck Sunbeam on Rossbeigh beach, near Killorgin. We rented a small cottage in settlement called Glenbeigh, which was conveniently close to beach. This … Continue reading

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My LIPF success

So far my greatest success and achievement was receiving LIPF. What is that? It stands for Licentiateship of the Irish Photographic Federation. It’s distinction of first level out of three in nomenclature of Irish Photography Federation. One side of this … Continue reading

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